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Jamar, Ward Lead Montana Past Utah Valley 65-52

Kareem Jamar and Mathias Ward scored 15 points each, and Montana came alive in the second half Thursday en route to a 65-52 victory over Utah Valley.

Derek Selvig added 13 points, including four 3-pointers, and seven rebounds for the Grizzlies (7-5), who were 15 for 25 (60 percent) from the field in the second half after going 9 for 28 (32 percent) in the first half

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Griz Take Down Portland Pilots

The Montana Grizzlies traveled to Oregon and defeated the University of Portland, 80-65.  Montana was led by Will Cherry with 20 points and 9 rebounds.The Griz led 32-25 at halftime.  The Griz pushed the lead to 48-30 early in the second half which put the game away

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Anthony Johnson Cut By Fort Wayne

Last week, the NBA Developmental League's Fort Wayne Mad Ants trimmed their roster down to 10 in anticipation of their season opener on Friday (a game they won over Sioux Falls 110-106).

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Picture from montanaranchandrecreation.blogspot.com
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Big Weekend In Sports Upcoming

This weekend, we at Townsquare Media will be bringing you over 12 hours of live sports coverage, spanning 4 different stations.

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Photo Courtesy Of rushthecourt.net
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Anthony Johnson Drafted Into NBA Developmental League

Former Montana Grizzly point guard Anthony Johnson was selected by the Fort Wayne Mad Ants in the NBA Developmental League's Draft on Thursday night.

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Photo From Flickr Submitted By mvongrue
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Grizzly Hoops Season Officially Begins Tomorrow

Tomorrow night inside Dahlberg Arena, the University of Montana women's basketball team will make their season debut in an exhibition game against Lewis-Clark State.

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Former Griz Giving Back

Big guys have even bigger hearts, and the towering Marcus Rosser is no exception.

The former power forward/center basketball player for the 2001-2003 University of Montana Grizzlies is on a mission to pay back the rewards he had been blessed with during his years representing our hometown team by coaching for Missoula's very own Special Olympics basketball team.

"That's what it's all about, giving back what you've learned from somebody else and passing it down." Marcus said humbly during today's studio interview. "I just want to give my talents and share it with the one's who really need it and loves to play the game. It's in my heart and it's my passion, so it's a no brainer to give back"

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Photo Courtesy Of Curley's Coaches
Photo Courtesy Of Curley's Coaches
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Missoula Marathon To Be Discussed On Curley’s Coaches Tonight

Photo Courtesy Of Curley's CoachesIs it Wednesday already? Having Monday off for the 4th of July has really thrown me out of whack this week.

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Photo Courtesy Of Bozeman High School
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Bozeman Hoops Player Commits To Lady Griz

Photo Courtesy Of Bozeman High SchoolA standout athlete from Bozeman says she will play for the University of Montana women's basketball team beginning in the 2012-13 season.

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Photo Courtesy Of Montana State University Athletics
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Former Montana State Coach Durham Finds New Job

Former Montana State head coach Mick Durham has been selected as the Alaska Nanooks men's basketball head coach.

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